BAY HARBOR ISLANDS
The Town of Bay Harbor Islands, located in Miami-Dade County, Florida, is a growing and vibrant community of fine homes, luxury condominiums, and apartments. The Town is home to a K-8 school, retail shops, restaurants, professional offices and MANY other businesses. The community’s location near South Beach, The Bal Harbour shops, downtown Miami and other areas in Miami-Dade County has made it an ideal place to “live and work”.
The homes on Bay Harbor Islands are located on two separate islands. The westerly island of Bay Harbor is exclusively single family homes. Those seeking Bay Harbor homes can find every kind of style, design and architecture in the diverse community. Mediterranean-style homes are popular on the island as are Old Florida-style homes which are popular throughout South Florida. These homes typically have spacious lots with lush vegetation. Bay Harbor Island homes range from three-bedroom villas further island to nine-bedroom coastal homes.
Bay Harbor Islands are separated by a small intracoastal waterway that provides even more waterfront homes that have high levels of luxury and privacy. Bay Harbor Island homes are available on a majority of both islands, however, part of the easterly island has waterfront condos. Bay Harbor Island homes are located around these condos but for the most part the easterly island’s southern region is exclusively waterfront condos.
Located in Biscayne Bay directly west of Bal Harbour, Bay Harbor Islands have as close to a perfect location. Connected by the Broad Causeway Bridge, Bay Harbor Islands are centrally located between the barrier island of Miami Beach and the Miami mainland. Bay Harbor Islands are close to other luxurious residential communities like Indian Creek Country Club, Bal Habour, Surfside and North Beach in Miami Beach. The area Bay Harbor Islands are located in is steeped in a tradition of luxury. There are several golf courses within short driving distance from the island and coastal areas are aplenty. Though Bay Harbor Islands seem secluded they are separated from the barrier island of Miami Beach by a small intracoastal waterway which gives them easy access to the islands many attractions.
For more information, please call Dean Isenberg at 305-936-2489